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The clean lines and flame graphics are definite pluses on the LE Teryx. It looks fast sitting still. DIRT ILLustrated \\\\\\ Vol. 1 + Issue 4 + Page 94 ute torque equally to left and right front wheels, getting the maximum amount of traction to each wheel, via a hand lever located between the seats. The wide track chassis de‑ sign also helps enhance vehicle stability and offers extra shoul‑ der and leg room to comfort‑ ably accommodate two adult sized driver/passengers. In the braking department, you get dual front disc brakes with twin-piston calipers and Kawa‑ saki’s sealed, oil-bathed, multi- disc rear brake system as standard equipment. For suspension, the Teryx comes with a set of dual A- arms, with gas charged shocks with preload adjustment and 7.5 inches of travel up front. On the back end, a set of In‑ dependent Rear Suspension (IRS) is standard trim, with gas charged, reservoir equipped shocks, with preload ad‑ justment and 7.5 inches of smooth travel to make for a complete and balanced suspen‑ sion package for this rugged Kawasaki RUV. In the tire department, a set of 26-inch Maxxis tires, special‑ ly developed for the Teryx, are matched to black alloy rims, to get all the V-twin power to the ground. When it comes time to